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Max Kellerman’s issues with Kyrie Irving’s Instagram Live comments | This Just In

Max Kellerman weighs in on Kyrie Irving’s comments on Instagram Live, saying he still hopes to return and play for the Brooklyn Nets but that “this is about my life and what I am choosing to do.”

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